Question about NetGear WGR614 Wireless Router
Remember that this will ERASE ALL YOUR SETTINGS from the router, so either note them now, or be sure to have your owner's manual available.
That said, find a paper clip or suitable object and stick it into a small hole behind the router. There's a tiny switch inside. Keep it pressed for 30 seconds with the router ON, and you'll see all the lights flashing once and the router rebooting in the default configuration. Connect with an Ethernet cable and reconfigure as usual.
If it's a stock Netgear, the username/password is either admin/admin or admin/password. Keep in mind that if you got the router from your ISP or cable provider, there's no telling what they might have done with the settings, and the above procedure might leave you with an UNUSABLE router (unusable until you call the technician who knows the new factory password, that is).
Posted on May 29, 2010
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